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SEAL Team Glossary includes Canoeing, Winkler Hatchets & Bleed Out Videos.

You won't find these terms in the indexes of the countless books praising SEAL Team 6. But they feature prominently in an Intercept exposé about the war crimes of America's most famous death squad. “Bleed out” videos are passed among operators, as Special Ops mercenaries are called, featuring their victims bleeding to death as they are taunted by their murderers. "Canoeing" is the act of aiming a final gunshot through the top of the victim's forehead such that the head splits open to form a V like the bow of a canoe. Canoeing Photos of faces spilling over with brains, such as the proof-of-death pic of Osama bin Laden, are then taken for the official record, including the team's formal scrapbook. "Devil's Guard" is an obscure war novel that glamorizes Nazi attrocities including fictional methods of inflicting state terror. Title 50 authority is the so-called license which US Special Ops have to partner with allied commandos to form death squads. Winkler hatchets are tomahawks made by craftsman Daniel Winkler for the SEAL Team 6 Red Squadron, known as the redmen, who are expected to bloody their hatchets as they conduct their raids. Using the hatchets to collect DNA hair-follicle samples

Navy SEAL death squads get medals

SEAL Team Six, Osama bin Laden's executioners, keep their identities secret, operate mostly at night, and leave calling cards: coins stamped with the Roman numeral "VI" so crime scene investigators will know whose deed it was, literally serial killers wanting to rack up the credit. Now Navy Senior Chief "Special Warfare Operator" Edward Byers has been promoted out of the shadows so he can be recognized for heroism with our nation's highest medal, the Iron Cross. You say he saved a doctor kidnapped by the Taliban? Remember how US Special Ops "saved" Private Jessica Lynch? Until someone is left to survive a SEAL team visit, we won't know the truth at all. But that's too much heroism to expect from our boys and too little risk mitigation for professional killers. When it's an adversarial regime's Tiger Force we call them DEATH SQUADS.

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